Proud Cabaret Camden brings a refreshing new twist to your standard speakeasy-styled bar. With commercial contemporary pop hits adapted to the 1920's, the music is unique enough, but it doesn't stop there: at Proud Cabaret Camden you can be sure to expect one of the most unique nights of your life. The 1920's themed venue will show you a whole new side to London nightlife. Providing a 360º entertainment experience you'll be sure to be intrigued the entire time, mostly by the renowned, awe-inducing burlesque and cabaret artists of course. But don't let the food slide from your attention as this is something exquisite too - you'll be served up fresh, exciting and affordable food inspired by worldly ingredients. The drinks list is equally as exhilarating, with the cocktail list alone being worth the visit. A great choice if you're looking for a London bar with a twist, or a dance even.
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Proud Cabaret Camden
The Horse Hospital, Stables Market, Chalk Farm RoadLondonNW1 8AH
From the sounds of it, my night at Proud Cabaret in Camden was more organised and together than the experiences of other yelpers and online reviews. This is due to the fact that the evening I went, Alex Proud, the owner was there celebrating his birthday.
The food and drinks were great. I had the pork belly, which was tasty and a coconut daiquiri thing. The food arrived without much delay,...more
-saw a burlesque show at Proud recently. It was more of a B-OK. (I just can't give it an 'A'.)
The Proud Folk seemed to have been ironing out the acts still, or new performers are constantly being blended in, so what I saw was a hodge-podge of strip-tease, comedy/dance, and contortion.
One of the dancers, bless her, was energetic and smiling, but had a bit of 'cheerleader' to her moves,...more
As you're reading this, you've probably exhausted all options of entertainment that the Big Smoke has to offer, and regrettably believe that staying in the new going out and even Time Out's ambition to make you think otherwise has become trivial. You've probably turned a blind eye to their Cabaret section, and wrongly so. Cabaret is where it's at, precisely and currently at North London hip...more
And so I shall continue on with my love of Proud.
Last month I ventured to (and ended up loving) Proud Cabaret. Little did I know, that over at everyone's favourite Camden venue, something rather similar, but ultimately more my cup-of-tea, was going on in the South Gallery.
On a much smaller scale, and in a much more laid back quirky atmosphere, two sexy as hell burlesque dancers and one...more
My experience of Proud Kitchen Camden was much like suze769's review below. Proud Kitchen should be Ashamed Kitchen and get their act together! Our waiter did the best he could but the place was total chaos.
We also went because we had GroupOn vouchers and were looking forward to a good evening. Issues:
1. Arrival: The reservation sheet listed only my surname, so as they couldn't find my...more